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As of Apr 30, 2019
Men may dominate the upper echelons at most companies in Silicon Valley, but wikiHow’s CEO is an engineer named Elizabeth Douglas, and 55% of the staff is female. The shared goal of building the world’s best and largest how-to website—it now has 180,000 articles—has guided every major decision at the company, from turning down venture capital investments to walking away from tempting acquisition offers from larger businesses.
When is bigger not better? When you value greatness over fast growth. These 25 companies are all privately owned and closely held, and they share a commitment to providing stellar service to customers, offering employees fulfilling, rewarding work and being vital members of their communities.
In less than a decade, the country's digital population has soared, with 97% growth in internet users in a single year and mobile phone penetration at 80%. But not all on-ramps to the web are created equal, as Mozilla discovered through recent research into Myanmar's zero rating web services.
We all have dreams, and it's important to pursue them. You may have to take risks while chasing a dream, but you can take calculated risks and still be a responsible adult. To chase your dreams without going broke just takes some patience, planning, a few reality checks and of course, hard work.
The online lifelong learning company Curious.com today is launching a new service called CuriousTV that will offer a free slate of 10 channels on business, music, crafting, food, and more on its own website and app and partners such as Roku.
Google+, the search giant's play at a social network, doesn't get much respect, with many people still insisting it's a bit of a ghost town. While Google disputes that characterization, it's continuing to try to make it more relevant to more people. This morning at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference in San [...]